Now you need to select who you want to send your email to.
This might sound obvious, but you need to select the best prospects;
One way of doing this is to use list segmentation.
Divide your list up.
You can actually use automation rules with Getresponse to remove buyers from your promotional emails, so anybody that has already bought the product will be excluded from your broadcast.
You should also clean your list, regularly.
You can do this easily with Getresponse by running a search for people that haven't clicked in a certain period of time, or people that have a low engagement scores;
Also, only send the email to people who are not currently getting any of your automatic autoresponder messages.
You don't want to have people getting your automatic emails in a current sequence, as well as your daily live or regular live email broadcasts.
This can lead to unsubscribes, or even worse - complaints.
Now it's time to send or schedule your email broadcast;
This varies depending on your target audience and market demographic.
We found early morning and early evening to be best.
An email marketing study shows;
"More people check their email first thing in the morning than check their social media."